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15/10/21 - Cannabidiol oil link to lung cancer regression
Cannabidiol oil could have potential as a lung cancer treatment, after doctors discovered a patient’s tumour shrank after she self-medicated with it for months. More

15/10/21 - TB deaths increase for the first time in a decade
Tuberculosis deaths have risen for the first time in ten years because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the World Health Organization has reported. More

15/10/21 - Statins could reduce COVID-19 mortality risk
Statins have been linked to a reduced risk of death from COVID-19, according to a new Swedish study. More

14/10/21 - Hepatocyte mutations linked to liver diseases
DNA mutations in liver cells lead to metabolism and insulin sensitivity in patients with liver disease, a new study has found. More

14/10/21 - Cell mutations can prevent oesophageal cancer
Cell mutations can help prevent cancer as well as cause it, according to a new study of oesophageal disease. More

13/10/21 - Heart defect poses low risk in pregnancy
There is "reassuringly low" maternal mortality among women with congenital heart disease during pregnancy and birth, according to an analysis published today. More

12/10/21 - Guidelines published to improve pregnancy trials
A new grading system will monitor complications during clinical trials involving pregnancy, developers have announced. More

11/10/21 - Remote monitoring provides early help for COVID-19 patients
COVID-19 patients at risk of developing serious illness have been treated successfully after using a remote monitoring service in the early stages, Scottish researchers have reported. More

11/10/21 - Pregnant women now a pandemic priority
A new drive was being launched today to encourage vaccination of pregnant women amid concerns they are now among the most vulnerable groups to COVID-19. More

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